Chicago police are searching for a man who constrained his way into a loft and murdered a mother of three in the Ravenswood Manor neighbourhood.
Police said 27-year-old Stephanie Brooks was with a companion in a second-floor condo on the 4400 square of North Francisco Ave. around 9:30 p.m. Monday. There was a thump on the entryway and when the companion opened it, a man wearing all dark wearing a ski veil took a stab at constraining his way inside.
Rivulets were shot in the chest by the gatecrasher as she attempted to close the entryway, as indicated by police.
She was articulated dead at the scene. The male companion was not harmed.
Police said this shooting was focused on and a demonstration of reprisal in association with the Feb. 2 shooting of a Chicago fireman. The fireman was attempting to extinguish a vehicle fire in Albany Park when he was trapped in the crossfire of a group related shooting.
Police revealed to WGN one of the few men captured that night is accepted to have been related with Brooks.
Police likewise disclosed to WGN they are envisioning a significant level of the counter from the homicide of Brooks.
The shooting occurred two squares from the home of previous Gov. Bar Blagojevich, the Sun-Times reports.